Stringency: The 2009 Michigan Uniform Energy Code became effective March 9, 2011 and is mandatory statewide for residential and commercial buildings. Residential buildings must comply with the 2009 IECC, with state-specific amendments. Commercial buildings are required to comply with ASHRAE 90.1-2007.
Compliance (2013 Survey Responses):
Gap Analysis/Strategic Compliance Plan: Partnering with the Building Codes Assistance Project, the state has completed a gap analysis and strategic compliance plan, both in 2011.
Baseline & Updated Compliance Studies: NA
Utility Involvement: NA
Stakeholder Advisory Group: NA
Training/Outreach: The state energy office recently dedicated some U.S. DOE SEP funding for training to be conducted through Michigan State University. Otherwise, a number of code official organizations provide regular training throughout the state. The Bureau of Construction Codes also provides code training.